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Andrew Pettegree is Head of the School of History at the University of St. Andrews and founding director of the St. Andrews Reformation Studies Institute.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. vii|
|The Book Before Print||p. 3|
|The Invention of Printing||p. 21|
|Renaissance Encounters: The Crisis of Print||p. 43|
|The Creation of a European Book Market||p. 65|
|Book Town Wittenberg||p. 91|
|Luther's Legacy||p. 107|
|First with the News||p. 130|
|Polite Recreations||p. 151|
|At School||p. 177|
|The Literature of Conflict||p. 203|
|The Search for Order||p. 226|
|Market Forces||p. 249|
|Science and Exploration||p. 273|
|Building a Library||p. 319|
|Word and the Street||p. 333|
|A Note on Sources: Mapping the Geography of Print||p. 353|
|Appendix: A Summary of printed outputs throughout Europe, 1450-1600||p. 357|
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